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OMG/JK: The Color Of Controversy

March 27th, 2011 03:51 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

We’re back with a new episode of OMG/JK, and it’s a good one.

This last week has been full of controversy — from the launch of Color, the photo-swapping app that raised $41 million pre-launch, to reports that Google is not planning to open-source the tablet version of Android any time soon. And, as you’d expect, MG and I have some differing opinions about what that means for Android’s status as “Open”. This week also brings the launch Amazon’s Appstore, which will face off with Google’s official Android Market.

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